Our Mission

The Eagle Academy Foundation develops and supports a network of all male, grades 6 through 12, college-preparatory schools in challenged, urban communities that educate and mentor young men into future leaders committed to excellence in character, scholastic achievement and community service, and to promote these principles nationally.

Announcements

  • Update for Families: Week of September 13, 2021

    We were thrilled to welcome students back to the classroom—and in-person learning—this week! It was a joyous homecoming as students, teachers, school staff, and families reconnected in schools throughout the city. We are proud to once again be serving our students in safe, healthy, supportive classrooms where they can grow socially, emotionally, and academically. Please visit School Year 2021-22: Safe and Healthy Learning for All for the most up-to-date information on the historic 2021-22 school year.

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  • The Homecoming Guide

    Back to School safety guide

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  • Parent Advisory Board Talks Special Needs Students: May 27

     

    CLICK HERE TO RSVP

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  • Join a conversation with the Chancellor!

    Chancellor Porter wants to hear your questions and feedback. In light of unprecedented investments from local, state and federal government, these forums will serve as an opportunity for the Department of Education (DOE) to hear directly from school communities on the types of resources and support they need as we move towards a full reopening in September.

    Forums are in each borough on the following dates from 6:30-8:00 PM:

    • Staten Island – Monday, May 17, 2021
    • Manhattan – Monday, May 24, 2021
    • Queens – Thursday, May 27, 2021
    • Brooklyn – Monday, June 7, 2021
    • Bronx – Wednesday, June 9, 2021

    Chancellor Porter will be joined by Executive Superintendents and leadership from the DOE to help answer any questions families may have and facilitate a productive conversation with the community.

    Families can register for the forums online at https://learndoe.org/chancellor/. At the time of registration, participants will be asked if they want to ask a question or provide a comment during the event about a number of categories, including health and safety, special education, fall 2021 school reopening, social emotional learning, and more.

    Each forum will be recorded and posted online so that school communities may access them at any time. Interpretation services will be available at every forum.

     

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  • Your School. Your Child. Your Voice.

    Your School. Your Child. Your Voice.

    Every year, all parents, teachers, students in grades 6-12 and select school support staff take the NYC School Survey. The survey helps school leaders understand what key members of their school community think about the learning environment at their school. The information captured by the survey is designed to support a dialogue among all members of the school community about how to make the school a better place to learn.

     

    Families should enter “f” followed by their child’s nine-digit Student Identification (OSIS) Number to access the survey. Note that “f” must be lowercase. Families can find their child’s Student Identification Number on their report card, student ID card, Pupil Path or New York City Schools Account (NYCSA).

     

    Contact Parent Coordinator, Ms. Vaughn for your Pupil Path and NYCSA registration CODES

     

    https://surveys.panoramaed.com/nycdoe/login

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  • Eagle Town Hall 4/16/21

    Join us for the latest session in the Town Hall series featuring Nikole Hannah-Jones, a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter covering civil rights and racial justice for the New York Times Magazine and creator of the landmark 1619 Project. She will have a conversation with our young men about her journey and provide them with valuable insights into her career as an investigative journalist.

    https://bit.ly/EagleTownHall

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  • When and How to Opt In to Blended Learning

    When and How to Opt In to Blended Learning 

    When Your Student Can Return to the School Building 

    • Students in district 3-K, Pre-K, and grades K-5, including students in District 75, who opt into blended learning during this opt-in window will return to buildings in April.
    • Students in grades 6-12 who opt into blended learning during this opt-in window will return at a later date, and we will communicate more details as soon as possible.
    • Updates will be posted at COVID-19 Information and Updates.

    Requirements for Returning to the School Building 

    Please note that if you select blended learning for your child, you must submit the consent form for random COVID-19 testing by the first day your child begins in-person learning. You can submit your consent for testing one of two ways: 

    • Through your New York City Schools Account (NYCSA(Open external link)) under ‘Manage Account’, or 
    • Complete and sign the consent form available at COVID-19 Testing and bring it to your child’s school on the first day they are back in the school building.
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  • Eagle Town Hall 3/19/21

    Join us this Friday in conversation with NYPD Commissioner Dermot F. Shea and three Eagle Academy alumni who serve as Officers, Ariel Gonzalez, Juan Peralta, and Jassiem Isom-Jenkins about life on the force and the abundance of opportunities available in a career with the NYPD. 
     
     
    Visit the Eagle Academy Foundation’s YouTube Channel and Linktree:
     
     Friday from 9-10 AM!
     
    Meeting Details:
    Passcode: 458404
    Webinar ID: 933 0399 4512
    Dial-in by phone: 1.929.205.6099
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  • Eagle Town Hall 3/12/21

     
     
    Join us this Friday in discussion with three prominent figures in the boxing community, President of the World Boxing Council, Mauricio Sulaimán Saldívar, Multiple-World Champion Boxer and WBC Cares Ambassador, Shawn "Showtime" Porter, and DAZN TV and Radio host, Barak Bess. 
     
     
    This Friday’s Town Hall is the 18th in a series that delivers messages to help educate and activate our young men. Prior guests include NY Times Best Selling Author and Professor Michael Eric Dyson, Financial Leader & Philanthropist Robert F. Smith, Congressman Jamaal Bowman, WNBA Hall of Famer and Mental Health Advocate Chamique Holdsclaw, Civil Rights Activists Tamika Mallory, and Social Justice Advocate Jamira Burley.
     
    Visit the Eagle Academy Foundation’s YouTube Channel and Linktree:
     
    We hope to see you this Friday from 9-10 AM!
     
    Meeting Details:
    Passcode: 458404
    Webinar ID: 933 0399 4512
    Dial in by phone: 1.929.205.6099
     
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  • 03/22 -HS Blended learning students return to buildings beginning

    I hope you and your loved ones are safe and healthy. I am writing to you today with an exciting update: we will be reopening our high schools for in-person learning on Monday, March 22, 2021.

    Since the beginning of the school year, I have heard from many of you who are eager to have your child return to a physical classroom. I know you and your child have seen their peers in other grades return to in-person learning, while your student has continued to do the hard work of remote learning. I am so pleased that we can now invite students in grades 9-12 who selected blended learning in the fall back to the classroom.

    As students and staff in other grades have returned to school buildings, we have developed strong practices to help keep school communities healthy and safe, and to maximize in-person learning time for students learning in our buildings. More information about activities, such as sports and extracurriculars, will be shared soon. For now, here is what you need to know about how your school will return to in-person learning:

    Weekly COVID-19 Testing and Mandatory Consent

    • All schools will have 20% of students and staff randomly tested on a weekly basis.
    • All students who have not already done so are required to provide consent for testing by their first scheduled in-person learning day in order to learn in person.
    • Families are encouraged to submit consent through your NYC Schools Account at mystudent.nyc(Open external link) prior to their child’s first day of in-person learning.

    If you already have a NYCSA account linked to your student(s):

    • Log in, click your student’s name, click “Manage Account,” and then when a dropdown menu appears, click “Consent Forms.”
    • Read the page, and then choose the consent option at the end for your student.

    If you do not already have a NYCSA account:

    • You can create one right away! If you have an account creation code from your school, you can create a full account in approximately five minutes, and then provide consent as described above.
    • If you do not have an account creation code from your school, you can still provide your consent right away by clicking “Manage Consent” under “COVID-19 Testing” and filling out your and your child’s information to provide consent.
    • You can also print and submit the form attached to this letter.
    • Students who do not submit consent will be immediately transitioned to fully remote learning.

    Learning Preference and In-Person Schedule

    Those of you who chose blended learning as your child’s learning preference, either prior to the beginning of the school year or during the November opt-in period, will soon be contacted by your child’s school with their new schedule.

    If you previously selected blended learning but wish to stay fully remote, you may do so by changing your preference as soon as possible at nycenet.edu/surveys/learningpreference(Open external link).

    Attendance

    Please note that students in blended learning are required to attend in-person on a consistent basis. Your school will reach out if your child is not attending in-person regularly, and will transition your child to fully remote learning if irregular in-person attendance continues. This will allow schools to maximize in-person instructional days for students who are attending in-person.

    If You Travel

    Spring break begins on Monday, March 29. Please remember that students and staff who have recently traveled outside of New York to a place on the State’s travel advisory list must quarantine for 10 days, or test out of the 10-day quarantine based on the State’s guidance, which can be found at coronavirus.health.ny.gov/covid-19-travel-advisory(Open external link).

    • DOE students continue to have access to priority testing at H+H sites across the city; a list of sites can be found at Covid Testing.

    No matter where your child is learning, we are committed to ensuring they receive a strong, supportive education. We know how important school is for your student, whether blended or remote—and our dedication to them remains unwavering during this challenging time.

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